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Langebjergvej 4, Borre, Moen 4791, Denmark
+45 58 81 21 78
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A nice stay in a small nice castle

It was a very nice stay at this Little castle.We enjoyed a very nice dinner and the breakfast was... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Trelleborg, Sweden
A romantic landscape garden

The palace of Liselund is very small - in fact it's just a villa. But its simple yet exquisite... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Aarhus, Denmark
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An 18th century palace Liselund is a Romantic garden with palace, small buildings and garden monuments. It was laid out at the end of the 18th century as a country home for Antoine and Lisa de la Calmette. Liselund's neoclassical palace was erected in 1792 by the architect Andreas Kirkerup. The well-preserved interior is thought to have been decorated and furnished by the leading interior architect of the time, court decorator Joseph Chr. Lillie. Liselund is a rare preserved whole - from its large garden to the smallest piece of furniture. Liselund neoclassical palace is located in beautiful surroundings on Mon, close to the sea. Enjoy a picnic in the romantic landscaped garden or take a tour of the small neoclassical palace built in 1792. Liselund neoclassical palace is open for tours from May to September. The garden is open all year round and admission is free. Free Wi-fi is also available when the palace is open.
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Langebjergvej 4, Borre, Moen 4791, Denmark
+45 58 81 21 78
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It was a very nice stay at this Little castle.We enjoyed a very nice dinner and the breakfast was nice as well.

Thank Bingsgard
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The palace of Liselund is very small - in fact it's just a villa. But its simple yet exquisite exterior and interior marks a highpoint i Danish 18th century architecture. The white classicistic building with it's thatched roof was built i 1792 by the Danish...More

Thank KlausHoejbjerg
Reviewed 10 July 2017

If you have nice weather, this estate is definitely worth a visit for a few hours. The houses built across the estate are all different and nice to see, but the grounds themselves are stunning and well maintained. There are so many views and statues...More

1  Thank Betty D
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

A Beautiful place to explore- next visit we will stay there. The landscaped garden is fantastic to explore. The small slot is very beautifully kept. Next visit we will stay a few nights and have their set dinner menu as it looks delicious and Is...More

Thank suzie c
Reviewed 5 April 2017

Liselund is a cute small castle located in a wood with a small lake and a lawn. There is really not very much to see or do here. OK to spend 10 minutes if you pass by but not a place to go for.

Thank mikael.bjerrum
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Beautiful garden with interesting houses on the Island of Moen. You can easily spend an hour walking in this garden. Free entrance. Worth a visit! Très belle propriété sur l'île de Moen qui est composée d'un grand jardin et de maisons intéressantes. Entrée gratuite. A...More

Thank Emilie G
Reviewed 23 August 2016

nice walk in a neatly trimmed parc. Nice to have a pick-nick there and walk around the garden. walk around the pond if you like dragonflies and butterlies

Thank liesebees
Reviewed 21 July 2016

Very nice and quaiet garden, to walk around for some hour in, also possible feed some birds, you can buy bird food in a self service stand.

Thank Morgan H
Reviewed 23 June 2016

The only palace in Denmark with a thatched roof and beautiful sculpted gardens are a romantic testament to Antoine de la Calmettes love of his wife. The gardens are nestled at the tip of the famous cliffs of Møn which are constantly being eroded by...More

Thank Jesper15
Reviewed 31 July 2015

Worth a visit. It is marbolous to stroll around in the park and enjoy the ducks and other birds as well as all the fine plants and trees. Also the old buildings are nice. The old castle can only be seen from the outside, unless...More

Thank Lynge T
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